News for Sunday, January 11, 2004



Council to hold tax talk

Community invited to share concerns

The Steamboat Springs City Council is hoping its voters can help come up with a financial policy that will work and residents will approve in the aftermath of two failed tax initiatives.

Happenings for Jan. 12, 2004

The Oak Creek Library hosts preschool story-hour at 10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Mondays. Call 736-8371.

Briefs for Jan. 12, 2004

For the 37th year, the Steamboat Springs Kiwanis Club is sponsoring the annual "Stars of Tomorrow" talent contest for Routt County school-age students. This year's show will be held at 7 p.m. Feb. 16 in the Steamboat Springs High School auditorium.

Artist looks beyond still life

A thick black line shaped like a drinking glass stands next to a thick black line shaped like a piece of fruit.

The Record for Jan. 12, 2004

12:27 a.m. A gas skip was reported on Anglers Drive. The vehicle could not be identified.

Tom Ross: Wounded Iraq veteran back on his skis

Army officer proving everything is possible, serving as reminder of reality of war

David Rozelle has big plans for the balance of 2004. By July, he hopes to be ready to compete in a mini triathlon. Next, in September, he intends to climb a 14,000-foot mountain, perhaps Longs Peak. Then in October, he is determined to return to the rugby pitch during Aspen's Ruggerfest.

2004 in the stars: 'So much to learn'

As the second Mars Rover takes its place on Mars next week, and the Cassini spacecraft moves into orbit around Saturn, as two newly discovered comets move this way, 2004 promises to be an exciting year in space.